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      04-10-2012, 03:43 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Jacek View Post
Something is loose.
Bolt holes are always a little bigger then the bolt that fits in them (so that its easy to get them in/out)
When a bolt is very tight then nothing moves around.
If the bolt is not tight enough, and you put enough load on the part, the part will shift from one side of the bolt hole to the other.
When it hits the other side it will "clank"

If you got a brake job done then they assembled the brakes incorrectly or bolts are not tight enough.
+1 Check to see if a brake pad retaining spring is missing or incorrectly installed.